There are 11 players on offense and defense, each. Teams can vary how many of each position they play with, but here is the normal line up.
OFFENSE 1 Quarterback - The guy that throws the passes or hands the ball to the RB 1 Running back - Usually a fast strong that runs the ball 1 Full back - Lines up in front of the running back and blocks defenders 2 Wide Receivers - Usually fast little guys that catch the passes from the QB 1 Tight End - A big guy that catches some short passes and also blocks the Def 5 Offensive Linemen - These are the biggest guys and they block the defenders.
DEFENSE 4 Defensive Linemen - These big guys fight with the Offensive Linemen 3 Linebackers - These guys stand behind the DL and tackle the Running back 4 Defensive Backs - These guys usually guard the wide receivers.
11 players on each team offense and defense
6 differant positions
The positions in Arena Football are the same in NFL football
All of the same as in pro football
Positions get their names by where they are at on the field. Walter Camp invented many of them, including "quarterback." Others, including "halfback" and "fullback," were borrowed from soccer and rugby.
the player positions and the field!
The same as pro
yes, yes you can because college football is something like middle school football i play two positions runningback and safety
same as pro football
There are 22 players on the field at all time 11 on offense and 11 on defense
Every time a football game is played, there are 22 players on the field, each in different football positions. Even though it looks like many of the offensive players and defensive players are doing the same thing, there are distinctions between the different positions.